Thursday, April 1, 2010


I wrote a post in November about 4722 N. Winthrop. It was an orange-rated historic house in Uptown that Chicago's Demolition Delay ordinance caught. Designed by architect Harvey L. Page, it was dilapidated but still viable.

The property's demolition permit was released on Dec. 3, 2009. Sadly, the site has now been cleared. All that remains are scraggly tree limbs. The block is full of parking lots interspersed between many of the remaining buildings already, so it's getting to feel a bit vacant of a built environment.





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